electromagnetic induction


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e·lec·tro·mag·net·ic in·duc·tion

generation of an electrical current in a conductor when it is moved across a magnetic field.

electromagnetic induction

Etymology: Gk, elektron + magnes, lodestone; L, inducere, to bring in
the production of electric current in a circuit when it is passed through a changing magnetic field.

electromagnetic induction

Generation of an electromotive force in an insulated conductor moving in an electromagnetic field or in a fixed conductor in a moving magnetic field.
See also: induction
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Triantafilis J, Laslett GM, McBratney AB (2000) Calibrating an electromagnetic induction instrument to measure salinity in soil under irrigated cotton.
Vervoort RW, Annen YL (2006) Palaeochannels in Northern New South Wales: Inversion of electromagnetic induction data to infer hydrologically relevant stratigraphy.
Sheets JV, Hendrickx JMH (1995) Noninvasive soil moisture content measurement using electromagnetic induction.
This facility will help us develop advanced electromagnetic induction sensors that are most effective and able to quickly, accurately and repetitively measure the response of a buried target," he added.
Corwin DL, Rhoades JD (1984) Measurement of inverted electrical conductivity profiles using electromagnetic induction.
Also, because the test is built around electromagnetic induction, it only can be used to test conductive alloys.
The device uses high frequency electromagnetic induction (EMI) to generate deep heat within body tissues and is indicated for the treatment of medical conditions such as relief of pain, muscle spasms and joint contractures.
The study provides insights into technologies such as electromagnetic induction, microwave, lasers, and resonance that can aid energy transmission wirelessly to power devices used in home, offices, and industries.
5) is a barothermopolymerization apparatus that for obtaining the polymerization temperature uses the electromagnetic induction principle.
Electromagnetic induction is now getting another look, thanks to RocTool, a six-year-old technology-development company in Le Bourget-du-Lac, France, with a U.
Continuous proximate sensing, commonly referred to as electromagnetic induction (EMI) sensing of soil electrical conductivity, together with precise global positioning systems (GPS) have made possible accurate mapping of within-field soil variability that can lead to site-specific management (SSM), (Plant 2001).

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